EasyPark invests in Melbourne CBD with new ANZ headquarters
Parking technology disruptor EasyPark ANZ (EasyPark) is the latest global business to show confidence in Melbourne’s CBD, with Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp, officially opening its new headquarters at 350 Collins Street.
EasyPark, which allows drivers to find and manage convenient on-street parking through an innovative mobile app, has experienced a period of rapid growth over the last two years as demand for contactless services has boomed.
The new Australian and New Zealand headquarters in the heart of the Melbourne CBD will be the home of the company’s management and operations teams with space for further growth as it increases its geographic footprint in the region and expands its service offering.
Eli Grossinger Binshtok, CEO at EasyPark ANZ, said the company’s investment in Melbourne’s CBD demonstrated Melbourne’s value for major international businesses.
“Melbourne’s CBD delivers significant economic and social value for a breadth of local and international businesses, from global corporations through to locally-owned start-ups. We’re proud to follow in the footsteps of notable global companies that have a major footprint in the CBD, and we share their confidence in Melbourne’s future.”
Mr Grossinger Binshtok added the relocation to the CBD from the company’s former Prahran offices will support the company’s growth trajectory and the revitalisation of Melbourne through the creation of valuable, high skilled jobs.
“With the incredible growth that we are currently experiencing, we expect to double, even triple, our full-time staff over the next 12-18 months and beyond.
“Through our partnership with Duncan Solutions and the City of Melbourne we are focused on delivering innovative parking services across the city that will see us expand our services further within the CBD.
“350 Collins Street will provide the necessary infrastructure as we recruit new local talent to build a high-performance team and elevate our offering. This move represents a fantastic opportunity to bring our workforce into a vibrant environment that’s in a prime location with access to premium amenities and transport options,” he said.
Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp, commented “We’re thrilled to welcome EasyPark and its 20 employees to our great city.
“We know Melbourne is a magnet for talent, investment and growth, and we pride ourselves on hosting centres of excellence.
“EasyPark will play a significant role in reigniting our city by making it smarter, and more liveable and accessible.
“The investment in our city is great news for our jobs market and local economy, and a huge vote of confidence in our city.”